Published October 18, 2013
Space tourism has become quite the rage, but what about deep sea tourism? The Cyclops will go deeper than many existing submarines and is due to be commercially available in 2016.
Published October 10, 2013
Ever feel like going invisible? A new invisibility kit promises to deliver the power to disappear -- if you’ve got the cash.
Published October 03, 2013
Five amazing new innovations are intended to help Marines and Sailors out-think, outmaneuver and outperform the enemy.
Published September 26, 2013
Boeing announced that its first test flight of a F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter jet modified with unmanned control technology -- drone type tech -- was a success. Could drone fighter jet squadrons be hitting the skies in the not-so-distant future?
Published September 19, 2013
Two new apps have just been released to arm the average American in these initiatives: The first puts a “Bat-Signal" in your hand to help arrest predators and save children; the second turns your smartphone into a pathogen detector to find threats invisible to the naked eye.
Published September 13, 2013
It’s where the world’s militaries come to window shop, and everything from missiles and warships to knives and parachutes were on display. From robots and rifles to machine guns and more, here are five of the biggest “reveals” this year.
Published September 12, 2013
James Bond was loaded into a torpedo tube and fired into the ocean in the 1967 film “You Only Live Twice” -- and now amphibious forces like Navy SEALs are getting exactly the same tech.
Published September 11, 2013
Prefer your car to be rocket AND jet powered? The Bloodhound, in contention for world’s fastest car, the supersonic’s sidekick Supacats and more are making their debut this week at DSEI defense show in London.
Published September 10, 2013
Exorcism, “die-ins,” an “arms-dealer speed dating” ambush: It’s just another day in the life of the international defense trade and the peace protesters that love to loathe them.
Published September 05, 2013
Securing chemical weapons depots in Syria will likely require forces on the ground -- and if the U.S. ends up doing the heavy lifting, American troops may be at risk from them.